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'European Museums With or Without Walls: Holding and Beholding Virgil In England Between Venice and Browne,' a talk by Tim Markey, Worcester Academy (CANCELED)

This event has been canceled.

Wednesday at 4 lecture series.

Tim Markey joined Worcester Academy in the fall of 2011 to teach A.P. French, Honors French 4, French 2, and to advise juniors. Dr. Markey received his Ph D. (Harvard) and M.A. (Chapel Hill) in Comparative Literature, his B.A., summa cum laude (Canisius College) in English and French. He has taught the literatures and languages of his fields of training (English, French, and Latin), and even his specialty, the classical tradition of the Renaissance. He co-authored and edited Andrea Palladio (1508-1580): His Life and Legacy: Essays by Students of the Latin Honors Seminar, Brunswick School (Greenwich: Palladium Musicum Press, 2008).

Refreshments provided courtesy of the Amherst Woman's Club.